The buttons at the bottom seem to toggle the tour on and off, as you say. It leaps from whatever location you've ended up at to where you previously left the tour. This makes it even more useful actually, allowing you to zoom in and explore sections and then auto-tour again.
Thank you so much for doing this. A great resource for all history departments to use.
I realise I'm asking more and more, but when you have time it would be great to expand the one where you have the various siege engines and other castle attacking tools. I like the way you have anchor points in those, enabling a student to explore them.
I imagine the way most of us would use these in class is that we'd study a specific castle from a map or overview - or even present day photos - and then look at the tour to see what it was like. The anchor points are useful as then there is something additional for students to explore and find out about.
Keep this excellent work up - thank you!
Edit: I suppose the only other thing that would be great is if we can tour the other models. We could then 'tour' the castles at different stages of development from Motte & Bailey right up to Edward I and beyond.
Edited by Andrew Field, 07 September 2005 - 09:40 PM.